Slick Silverado
Brandon Smith of Oklahoma City, is the owner of this '01 Chevy Silverado. With the help of his parents, Brandon has started to upgrade his truck. A Flowmaster muffler with turn pipes was installed along with a fiberglass tonneau cover and carpet bedliner. The truck rides on 20-inch VCT-Gitano Scarface wheels wrapped in Wanli rubber. For sound, Brandon added an Audiobahn 12-inch sub box with Kicker K60 door speakers and a Sony head unit. In the future, Brandon plans on installing a nitrogen suspension kit.

Through the Wire
For Brian Roberts of Greenwood, Indiana, having his '03 Dodge Ram looking better than ever makes him feel proud to be its owner. Unfortunately for Brian, his truck was involved in an accident and was damaged. But now it's back to normal with a few upgrades. Brian installed a rear tonneau, a front bumper, and 20-inch wheels. He also installed a 2-inch front drop and a 4-inch rear drop. Brian hopes to add a cowl-induction hood, Katzkin leather, and a set of headers.

Sinister
This '03 Ford F-150 belongs to Dan Saracco of Pleasanton, California. Dan has installed 22-inch Panther wheels for a little more spin when he rides on the streets of his city. For the body, he installed a billet grille, clear taillights, chrome emblems, and a SnugTop lid. For extra power, a K&N air intake and a Hypertech power programmer were added. Upcoming plans are to work on the entertainment system.

Greenwood S-10
This '95 Chevy S-10 belongs to Brandon Delk of Greenwood, Indiana. After being in the family for a few generations, the truck was passed on to Brandon by his grandfather. Brandon began restoring the truck with a new two-tone paintjob. A Wings West eight-piece body kit was installed with billet grilles. For power, a K&N air filter was added, and for a more fashionable ride, 20-inch Akuza wheels wrapped in Sumitomo rubber were installed.

Low Down
Besides being an avid reader of Truckin', A.J. McDonald of Irving, Texas, is also a project starter. A.J. has been working on his '97 Chevy S-10 extended cab for a while now and wants to share what he was done so far. The truck was lowered in the front and back. An air compressor feeds into a chrome 5-gallon air tank. The interior features a flip-down 6-1/2-inch monitor and a Playstation for his friends to enjoy while cruising around town.

Shining
Bernard Soileau of Eunice, Louisiana, is the owner of this '97 Chevy S-10. The truck was first upgraded by changing the exterior with a Street Scene front valance, a smooth cowl, mirrors, and a roll pan. The truck rolls on Coddington Timeless wheels and Falken rubber. Power under the hood includes a Hotshot chromed intake, Taylor plug wires, and an Optima battery. For sound in the interior, a Pioneer audio system featuring a 10-inch sub was installed.

Oldie but Goodie
Tom Linde of Custer, South Dakota, is the owner of this '50 Ford F-150. Tom began changing his truck during his years in high school but left the V-8 transmission intact. Keeping the original power so that the truck wouldn't loose its classic style, Tom instead changed the exterior. He spray-painted the truck in two tones, added three Oak boards for the bed, changed the interior seats, and installed radio grilles along with a reproductions headliner.